Raspberry Iced Tea

Raspberry Iced Tea created by NorthwestGal

No fresh fruit required! This is my grandmothers recipe.

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  • Put the 3 large teabags in a pitcher with the 2 cups cold water.
  • Wait until tea is brewed.
  • Take out teabags.
  • If you want a sweeter drink, put sugar in now.
  • Add 4 cups hot water, stir.
  • Add the 12 oz (1 and a half cups) raspberry lemonade.
  • Stir.
  • Add 2 cups water.
  • stir.
  • Best when served cold!
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"No fresh fruit required! This is my grandmothers recipe."

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  1. NorthwestGal
    Raspberry Iced Tea Created by NorthwestGal
  2. NorthwestGal
    This is such a great iced tea recipe, StarShine Chef. I used Lipton's cold brew tea bags (a basic black tea labelled for brewing in cold water and great for making iced tea), and it was delightful. I used only about 1/3 cup of sugar, but that?s only because the raspberry lemonade used for making this iced tea recipe was pre-sweetened (it was the only pre-made raspberry lemonade I could find). We all enjoyed it this iced tea immensely, and it was especially a treat considering we?re having unseasonably hot weather here in the PNW this week. It was quite tasty and cooled us off. Made for the Spring 2014 Pick-A-Chef event.
  3. Sydney Mike
    Throughout the warm months & well into the colder ones we usually have a pitcher of iced tea in the fridge, & I do enjoy making it as many different ways as I can! Love this tea of yours ~ flavor, ease-of-making, the whole thing ~ & the recipe has now found a permanent place in my kitchen cabinet! Thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Cookbook recipe tag]
  4. Breezytoo
    Raspberry Iced Tea Created by Breezytoo
  5. Breezytoo
    This tea has great flavor! I skipped the sugar as a personal choice and enjoyed it nice and cold! Thanks for sharing your recipe :) Made for PAC Fall 09
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